BSc Statistics

BSc Statistics

Bachelors ·
4 years

Bachelor of Science (B.Sc) in Statistics is a four-year course of Tribhuvan University. B.Sc Statistics is offered by many constituent and affiliated colleges of Tribhuvan University across the nation.

Statistics is a branch of mathematics dealing with the collection, organization, analysis, interpretation and presentation of data.

Eligibility

Any candidates who have completed 10+ 2 or equivalent securing minimum 'C' grade in all subjects of  Grade 11 and 12 with 200 Full Marks of Mathematics are eligible for admission in Bachelor of Science (B.Sc) in Statistics program of Tribhuvan University. 

Prospect Careers

Curricular Structure

B.Sc. First-year Statistics (Stat. 101)

Course Contents

Group 'A' 

  • Introduction to statistics
  • Population and samples
  • Presentation of Data
  • Measures of Central Tendency and Dispersion
  • Moments, Skewness, and Kurtosis
  • Introduction to Correlation
  • Regression Analysis

Group 'B'

  • Introduction to Probability
  • Random Variables
  • Theory of Mathematical Expectation
  • Probability DIstributions

B.Sc. Second-year Statistics

Applied Statistics (Stat. 201)

Course Contents

Methods of Data summarization

Correlation

Methods of Data Modeling

Analysis of Categorical Data

Introduction to Probability

Probability distributions

Estimation

Hypothesis Testing

Nonparametric tests

Probability and Interference -I (Stat. 201)

Course Contents

Probability Distributions

  • Discrete Distributions
  • Continuous Distributions
  • Bivariate Distributions
  • Sampling Distributions

Theory of Estimation

Theory of Hypothesis Testing

Non-parametric Tests

B.Sc. Third Year Statistics

A) Probability and Inference -II (Stat. 301)

Course Contents

Continuous Distributions

Truncated Distributions

Convergence, Inequalities, and Limit Theorems

Testing of Hypothesis 

Decision Theory

Sequential Analysis

B) Economic Statistics (Stat. 302) (Elective)

Course Contents

Development Economics and Economic Measures

Index Numbers

Time Series Analysis

C) Operations Research (Stat. 304) (Elective Regular)

Course Contents

Introduction

Linear Programming Problems (LPP)

Network Analysis

Inventory Management

Sequencing Models and Related Problems

B.Sc. Fourth Year Statistics

A) Sampling Theory and Design of Experiments (Stat. 401)

Course Contents

Group 'A'

  • Unit 1: Introduction of Samples Surveys
  • Unit 2: Sampling Methods
  • Unit 3: Ratio and Regression Methods

Group 'B'

  • Unit 1: Introduction to ANOVA
  • Unit 2: Fundamental Experimental Designs
  • Unit 3: Factorial Designs
B) Statistical Modeling (Stat. 403)

Course Contents

Unit 1: Linear Regression Model

Unit 2: Multiple linear regression model

Unit 3: Curvilinear Regression Models

Unit 4: Regression on Categorical variables

C) Demography and Official Statistics (Stat. 405)

Course Contents

Group 'A'

  • Unit 1: Introduction to Demography
  • Unit 2: Population Growth Models
  • Unit 3: Population Models

Group 'B'

  • Unit 4: Official Statistics
  • Unit 5: Agriculture and Rural Development Statistics
  • Unit 6: Infrastructure
D) Spatial and Survey Technology (Interdisciplinary Subject) (Stat. 407)

Course Contents

Introduction to Survey

Designing Survey Instruments

Remote Sensing and Image Data

Geographical Information System and Spatial Methods

Statistical Analysis of Spatial and Survey Data (Using Software)